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Category Archives: Biopsychology
Do we have room in our lives for normal sadness? Do we have unrealistic expectations for gregariousness? There appears to be a significant need for helping people understand the role of sadness in life and in character formation.
The longstanding Christian view of human responsibility is one reason why evangelicals, (particularly in the field of counseling), have been reticent to accept findings of medical research that attribute moods and behaviors to neuro-physiological deficiencies. Continue reading
Christian counselors have a unique advantage of being holistically honest in dealing with human problems. Continue reading
The new authority in behavioral science involves a big business merger of biopsychology, pharmacology, medicine and the insurance industry. For almost three decades of pastoral ministry, I’ve had a deeply personal interest in sources behind human behavior. It’s an area of … Continue reading